Welcome to Koro River Camp and Koro Island Camp
Koro River Camp and Koro Island Camp offer visitors a rare wilderness experience in Botswana’s Central Tuli Block. Exploring this vast Eden, you’ll discover an area that’s changed little over the centuries.
Set on the banks of the iconic Limpopo River, these luxury African camps have been designed to facilitate a unique African experience. You will learn the complex secrets of rare riverine forests. You’ll be awed by ancient sand stone formations and the histories they shelter. You’ll enjoy some of the best wildlife viewing in southern Africa, with large herds of elephants and elands roaming freely through the ancient landscape. At night, you’ll sleep under a sky that is heavy with stars or bask in the full moon’s silver light. Your days will arc between the rising and the setting of the sun. You’ll drink from springs that bubble from deep within the earth. Soon, you’ll discover a new rhythm, a new pace of life.
Koro River Camp is designed for individuals or couples looking for a bespoke experience, while Koro Island Camp is well-suited to small groups of friends or peers.
Whichever base you choose, you’ll have unforgettable African wilderness experience; just unspoilt nature and you - her privileged guest.
Koro River Camp
Koro River Camp is a luxury safari tented camp located on one of the must beautiful and undisturbed sections of the Limpopo River. Only 6 en-suite tents each sleeping 2 guests and one separate family tent/complex sleeping 4 guests have been built.
Koro Island Camp
Situated right in the middle of the unfenced Central Tuli Block, big game such as elephant, lion and leopard will frequently pass your tent. The ancient river bed and riverine forrest are host to the most spectacular birdlife including the highly endangered Pel's Fishing Owl.
Most important is that our camp is not just about seeing animals but even more about experiencing the unique environment in which these animals live. Emerse yourself and enjoy the solitude, watch the chef cook in the boma whilst having a sundowner drink.
We also offer the possibility to participate and interact with our researchers involved in monitoring of endangered species such as leopards.